Along the Little Missouri River, this is a nice place to connect with nature. Set in the park, restroom is a bit of a walk, sites are tucked away from main park traffic-which was minimal when we visited in August. We saw: elk, deer in velvet, bison, prairie dogs,horses, spectacular stars. It’s very close to Medora and all the little wholesome town has to offer.
Maticulatly cared for campground, safe, friendly, a nice place to rest, small but pretty walking trail that the kids can bike. Mosquitoes in August.
You can walk faster than you can from Wall Drug parking areas. Friendly service, great restrooms, and a small pool.
Small, family-run campground
first come-first serve camping, few amenities for camper trailers, nature is gorgeous
State park, clear water, big, quiet sites, motor free swimming lake and additional fishing lakes, nearby small town with cute shops and good food
Small, middle of town, located at the fair grounds, splash pad and playground, not much for camping
Pond, pool, snack shop, kayak rentals, fishing pond, family bicycle course with helmets, dog park, lots of activities/themes, reasonably priced, and clean!
some tight spots for big campers, family fun activities, kind staff
Beautiful scenic overlook from the tower, boulders for family climbing, an old quarry that is awesome, fall ski lift rides are gorgeous